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ZAGG donates $25,000 technology package to Tennessee school

Published December 7, 2012 9:47 am
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ZAGG Inc., a Salt Lake City-based company that makes and sells accessories for mobile devices, has presented a $25,000 technology package to Old Center Elementary School in Nashville.

The Tennessee school was the winner of ZAGG's first Tech for Schools Giveaway and the Utah company delivered boxes filled with items for an updated technology lab, including cameras and iPad 2s.

Zagg launched its Tech for Schools Giveaway in September and encouraged community members to nominate a favorite public K-12 school for the $25,000 technology price package. More than 700,000 entries were submitted. The winning school was chosen at random.




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